Brent Meeker writes (quoting Russell Standish):

> > This may be coincidental, but I think not. Your PC is engineered to
> > avoid the effects of chaos to prevent this very thing occurring. Why
> > wouldn't nature do the same thing unless it were deliberately trying
> > to exploit randomness?
> 
> In nature there's no reason to depend on amplifying quantum randomness - 
> there's 
> plenty of "random" environmental input to keep our brains from getting stuck 
> in loops.

And even without environmental input, unlike digital computers, brains have 
enough "noise" 
to keep from going into loops. Poincare recurrence won't kick in until long 
after the brain 
has turned to dust.

Stathis Papaioannou
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